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Dude, Where's My Car? performed well at the box office but was panned by critics, something that Seann William Scott would soon become accustomed to. While Kutcher went on to get shots at serious roles in films like The Butterfly Effect and eventually established himself as a leading rom-com actor, Scott went from one doomed project to the next, with Evolution and Bulletproof Monk both failing to recoup even half of their multi-million dollar budgets.

Scott recently tried to move away from playing the perennial clown in black comedy drama Just Before I Go, though his attempt at something a little more serious was met with critical scorn and audience indifference. The film (directed by former Friends star Courteney Cox) was labeled a Garden State ripoff in which filthy jokes gradually cede ground to sentimental slush, an opinion echoed by several Rotten Tomatoes critics. The go-to film review aggregator currently lists Just Before I Go as having a 10 percent approval rating.

When Dude, Where's My Car? hit cinemas in 2000, Kutcher's co-star Seann William Scott was one of the most sought-after names in comedy, fresh off the back of a Teen Choice Award for his performance as Steve Stifler in American Pie. Despite that film's critical and commercial success, Scott's popularity didn't seem to last long, taking a sharp nosedive in the aftermath of his collaboration with Kutcher.

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